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1969-08-16 (age 50)

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Muller, Ehrlacher retained by Lynk & Co for 2020

Four-time World Touring Car champion Yvan Muller and his nephew Yann Ehrlacher have been kept on by Lynk & Co Cyan Racing for the 2020 WTCR season.

Macau WTCR: Muller scores back-to-back wins

Yvan Muller doubled up on Macau Guia Race World Touring Car Cup victories, winning the reversed-grid second race from teammate Thed Bjork to haul himself right into the title fight.

Macau WTCR: Muller wins Race 1, Michelisz retakes points lead Macau
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Macau WTCR: Muller wins Race 1, Michelisz retakes points lead

Yvan Muller controlled the opening Macau Guia Race, as Andy Priaulx was denied a first podium since his return to World Touring Cars when Cyan Racing implemented team orders.

Ningbo WTCR: Muller resists Ma for Saturday win Ningbo
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Ningbo WTCR: Muller resists Ma for Saturday win

Yvan Muller claimed his first World Touring Car Cup victory with Cyan Racing's Lynk & Co in the opening Ningbo race after resisting a spirited challenge from Ma Qing Hua.

Marrakesh WTCR: Vervisch beats Muller to pole

Audi driver Frederic Vervisch beat the new Lynk & Co 03 of Yvan Muller to a surprise pole position in Sunday's second World Touring Car Cup qualifying session in Marrakesh.

Marrakesh WTCR: Guerrieri on pole for opener

Honda driver Esteban Guerrieri claimed pole position for the World Touring Car Cup season opener at Marrakesh after Yvan Muller suffered an oil leak.

Muller rediscovered "pleasure of driving" in comeback season

Yvan Muller says he rediscovered the "pleasure of driving” in 2018 after coming out of retirement to contest the FIA World Touring Car Cup.

Muller to join new Lynk & Co team for 2019

Yvan Muller will race for the new Cyan Racing Lynk & Co outfit in the World Touring Car Cup next season.

Ningbo WTCR: Muller takes points lead with Race 2 victory

Yvan Muller won the World Touring Car Cup's reversed-grid race at Ningbo to assume the points lead, after chief title rival Gabriele Tarquini stopped on the opening lap.

Portugal WTCR: Muller wins after two-hour delay

Yvan Muller reclaimed the World Touring Car Cup points lead with victory in Saturday's opening race at Vila Real, which featured a stoppage of more than two hours after a huge first-lap crash.

Nurburgring WTCR: Muller claims first comeback win

Yvan Muller claimed his first victory for his eponymous Yvan Muller Racing outfit in the World Touring Car Cup in the opening Nurburgring Nordschleife race from teammate Thed Bjork.

Muller wants WTCR comeback to last just one year

Four-time WTCC champion Yvan Muller says he hopes his comeback from retirement to participate in the reborn WTCR only lasts only one year.

Muller and Bjork team up for WTCR assault

Four-time World Touring Car champion Yvan Muller will come out of retirement to spearhead a World Touring Car Cup assault with fellow champion Thed Bjork.

Muller reveals he's had death threats from Michelisz fans

Four-time WTCC champion Yvan Muller has revealed he’s received a number of death threats from Hungarian fans of Norbert Michelisz ahead of his one-off return to the series this weekend.

Muller returns from retirement for Qatar WTCC finale

Four-time WTCC champion Yvan Muller will come out of retirement to support Volvo and Thed Bjork's title bids at the season finale in Qatar this weekend.

Blaming Yokohama for Nurburgring punctures "too easy" – Muller

Four-time WTCC champion Yvan Muller believes teams should shoulder the blame for the spate of punctures in last weekend’s Nurburgring round, as blaming supplier Yokohama is “too easy”.

Volvo WTCC team signs Muller as development driver

Four-time WTCC drivers' champion Yvan Muller has been signed by Polestar Cyan Racing as its development driver and senior advisor for this season.

Muller reaffirms retirement decision after Volvo speculation

Yvan Muller has moved to quash speculation that he could already be coming out of retirement to race for Volvo in this year’s WTCC, after testing with the team earlier this month.

Retired champion Muller tests for Volvo in Portugal

Four-time World Touring Car champion Yvan Muller has become the latest in a list of potential candidates for Volvo’s 2017 driver line-up, after the former Citroen driver tested Polestar’s S60 at the Portimao circuit.

Ekstrom: More series, including F1, should consider joker laps

World Rallycross champion Mattias Ekstrom has welcomed WTCC's plans to introduce joker laps in 2017 - and said more motorsport categories, including F1, should look into the concept.

Muller reveals he turned down offers for WTCC 2017

Four-time WTCC champion Yvan Muller says he had offers to stay in the series in 2017 but turned them down, as he feels now is "the right moment" to retire.

Muller: "I've just done my job"

Citroen's Yvan Muller says he doesn't feel as if he's achieved anything special during his record-breaking WTCC career, and that he was just 'doing his job'.

Yvan Muller confirms WTCC retirement

World Touring Car Championship stalwart Yvan Muller will walk away from the series at the end of the 2016 season.

Muller thanks Lopez for Motegi WTCC win "gesture"

Yvan Muller has thanked Citroen teammate Jose Maria Lopez for his "gesture" of handing him the lead of the second race at Motegi, as the Frenchman claimed his first WTCC of the season.